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Lex Theatre
At N McCadden Pl 6760 Lexington Ave. Hollywood, CA 90093
323-871-1150
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attended May 21 2010

I can't say enough great things about this show, Deity Clutch. I would recommend it to anyone and everyone. This very original, interesting, layered, thought-provoking script provides a fantastic frame to the art that unfolds in front of your...continued

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Description

The Porters of Hellsgate continue their fourth season in May 2010 with Deity Clutch, a new play by associate artistic director Gus Krieger. Mr. Krieger returns to playwriting for the first time since The Secret Life of Ben Franklin at The Empty Stage and Honest Iago at The Cheney Theatre, both produced in 2005. Mr. Krieger wrote, directed, and co-produced the short film Ol’ Stan Levid, which premiered at the 2007 Screamfest Horror Film Festival. His produced feature screenplay The Killing Room was directed by Jonathan Liebesman, starred Academy Award nominee Chloë Sevigny and Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton, and premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Porters of Hellsgate Theatre Co.

We are a classical theatre company based in Los Angeles, California. It is our intent to bring the work of Shakespeare and other classic authors to life here, in the City of Angels.
It is our belief that in this age of ever-changing technology, the communal experience of theatre – particularly the communion with the past inherent in every noteworthy classic – is vitally important. Ours is an art that new media can supplement but never replace.
It is the Porters’ continuing intent to bring powerful, pertinent productions of classical work to the Los Angeles theatre community. We pray you, remember the Porters…